The Queue: Fast Fingers! Video
The importance of text-message alerts; BlackBerry outage leaves users twiddling thumbs; last-minute tax-filing lesson; and Sansa's Connect MP3 player ditches the wires.
February 16, 2007: HDTVs to triple by 2011, BlackBerry backlash, Google suffers a setback, Los Angeles wants Wi-Fi, and you can star in a Domino's Pizza ad.
Why HDTV makes viewers more picky, high-tech vending machines, an easy online picture resizer, school photo tips, and broadcasters' battle to keep the digital TV spectrum locked down.
Cell phone movies and Kyte.tv
Cell phone art, BlackBerry gets more worldly, wires you paint to hide, election gets all Web 2.0, and that YouTube cell phone guy.
The RIM BlackBerry 8820 one-ups the BlackBerry 8830 and offers T-Mobile business customers a well-connected smartphone with the addition of Wi-Fi
A covert mall apartment, using your iPod to whiten your teeth, inside the controversial new high-tech NYC cabs, why Roomba owners love their vacs, and keeping clutzes from yanking their cords.
Who's got game...consoles, that is; Jeep chooses its own adventure; no 69 in MySpace; March cars madness; T-Post at 25; and Gorb-ing yourself.
NASA's 3D video of the sun, Wikipedia on disc, gas pump TV, text messaging machine, and Google vs. Yahoo 2.0.
Apple and Microsoft update their MP3 lineups, the U.S. Senate investigates text-message price gouging, and both AT&T and Verizon launch mobile social networks.